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Na-ion NatMat Dec 2016
Battery : the environmental issue
Two researchers are studying environmental issues and monitoring performance in the context of mass commercialization of rechargeable batteries.
Micro-energy storage: supercapacitors and microchips
A team of French researchers associated with a Russian-American scientist proposes a miniature energy storage device called a micro-supercapacitor.
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Unveiling a simple way to boost Na-ion batteries’ capacity
A group of French researchers demonstrate in Nature communications a to increase the capacity of Na-ion rechargeable batteries with commercialization in mind.
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One step closer to using the best materials for Li-ion batteries known to date
A new study by
's researchers - published in Science - on the basis of irrefutable experimental observations demonstrate that the performance of Li-rich materials can now be controlled and improved
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Back to bacteria: researchers use bacteria to produce electrode material
A team of researchers affiliated with
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